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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Outlying hamlets LONGFORD AND TWIGWORTH c. 1855

    Walham . The court appointed the constable, tithingman, and hayward for Kingsholm hamlet, the hayward for Walham , and sometimes haywards for open fields and other common meadows. 836 In 1607 Sir William Cooke 's bailiff had looked after

    Barnwood GLOUCESTER AREA 1799

    1/2 a. in Wickham every other year and another from 1/2 a. in Walham and Dry Meadow every alternate two years. 135 In 1780 a piece in Walham was said to be changeable every other year for 1/2 a. in

    Economic history Agriculture

    of holdings frequently took place. Four of the holdings were cottages in Fulham , some or all at Wanden ( Walham ) Green . It seems likely that the 11 properties which had commoning rights on Chelsea common in the

    Gloucester Public services

    for the city. While possible new schemes were examined, Severn water, introduced through a pumping and filtration works built at Walham in 1893 was used temporarily to supplement supplies. 43 In 1894 the corporation took powers for building what became

    Gloucester Charities for the poor

    1576 gave houses in St. Mary de Lode parish, and Henry Brown by will dated 1659 gave 8 a. in Walham . 37 The ancient endowments of the hospital included small farms in Uley , Brimpsfield , Coaley , Hardwicke

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    32 read 40 pages. 293, 8 lines from top, dele [Time ? ] . 325, 21 lines from top, for Walham read Waltham. 332, end of Nos. 27 and 29, add printed . 339, 19 lines from top, for Garachio Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1513, 1-10, 01 August 1513-31 August 1513

    Aug. 8 Aug. Calig. E. I. 17 [127 ] . B.M. 2153 . [4395. ] MONS. DE WALHAM. Disbursements of Mons. de Walham [for the King of England ] . . 18 July, 1513, to the 8th Aug., for payment

    Henry VIII, June 1513, 1-10, 01 June 1513-30 June 1513

    according to his promise made at Gravelinghes, and show that, being engaged in his service against the French, under De Walham, his people have taken one of the King of France's chief governors at Therouane, named Maquelu, and sent him

    Henry VIII, May 1513, 21-31, 01 May 1513-31 May 1513

    copy, p . 1 S.P. Hen. VIII., 229, f. 172. R. O. 2. "The appointment and retainer of the lord Walham" by Sir Edw. Ponynges, comptroller of the Household, and Sir Ric. Wyngfeld, marshal of Calais, the King's ambassadors. Detailing

    Historical Collections, Military action in 1643

    in Tredworth-Field , about a quarter of a Mile off the Town; and about 2000 Horse more faced it in Walham , with in Cannon Shot at Random of their Works, the rest of His Majesties Forces being not then

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. J. Anthony, Dr. Thomas Phillips, a Mr. D. R. Davies, i fyned yno i'r &mcan hwnw. Derbyniwyd cais o Walham Green yn gofyn am genhadau i gymeryd Ilais yr t eglwys mewn dewis blaenoriaid. Penodwyd Mri. W. Prydderch \Williams, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. a Mrs. Timothy Davies, Pantycelyn, Putney. Y Y cyntaf i gae ei bedyddio yn nghapel Walham (ireen oedd baban baeh Mr. a Mrs. Davies, sef Olwen, yr hon a fedyddiwyd gan y Parch.Gwynoro Davies, y dwfr o'r Iorddonen. *' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broad st. T. and J. Cramp, Tewkesbury, woollen-drapers. [King, Serjeant's inn. J. Wood, Haddenham, baker. [Lovell, Gray's inn. D. Smith, Walham green, stage-coach-proprietor. [Willis, Sloan sq. R. Franklin, Southampton row, tailor. [Brough, Chancery lane. A. G. Ripamonii, Fox Ordinary ct., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Cadogan place, Charles Hopkinson, Esq. banker in Regent street. On Sunday, in his 83d year, Mr John Faulkner, of Walham Creeon. (1n Monday, in Pallmall, in his 72d year, Sir Scrope Bernard Morland, Bart. ALP. He is succeeded by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the officers of this establishment, said le went to execute a search warrant at the house of Mr Aldridge, at Walham green. He had at first a great deal of trouble to obtain admission; and al- tioulgl the object of Subscribers-only content

 

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